The siren in the Hortus sanitatis, “De piscibus,” chapter 83, published in 1491. (British Library, IB.344). Sea Monsters on Medieval and Renaissance Maps.

The siren in the Hortus sanitatis, “De piscibus”, chapter published in (British Library, twin tailed mermaid, melusine

Medieval. He is wearing a a tunic and a open mantle. She wears an under tunic and a closed mantle.

A place for Sabine du Bourbonnais to display her research, projects and other work with the SCA and associated medieval reenactment.

Detail of a miniature of an owl being mobbed by other birds.  From a bestiary, England, 2nd quarter of the 13th century, Harley MS 4751, f. 47r.

medieval: “ Detail of a miniature of an owl being mobbed by other birds. From a bestiary, England, quarter of the century, Harley MS f. ” In spite of his great haircut, this owl is attacked by other birds.

Devils bite and scratch the damned. Livre de la Vigne nostre Seigneur. France, c. 1450-1470. Bodleian Library, MS. Douce 134, f. 100r

ML Bodleian Library, MS. Douce f. (devils bite and scratch the damned). France, c.

Maria Magdalena ~ Carlo Crivelli ~1480

Carlo CRIVELLI Maria Magdalena 1480 (Large Size Paintings)

GRANDIOSIDADE DA ARTE  - Cathedral of Chartres, France

The Good Samaritan Window, Cathedral of Notre-Dame: Chartres, France - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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